This week the US stock market, due to concerns about China’s economy, took a major dive, with the Dow at one point losing over 1000 points.
Then a funny thing happened. It started to bounce back. By the end of the day the loss was not nearly that severe, and yesterday and today the market is making good gains.
That’s the problem about looking at a single event or point in time and making conclusions. We tend to do this not just with the stock market, but in our personal and business lives as well.
How can you help your customers look beyond China, or whatever is on their minds at the moment, and be successful for the long run?
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